But there's still a chance to get your hands on the beloved beer.
Officers responding shortly before 9 a.m. to a report of people outside fighting in the 700 block of Beaver Street chased and detained a man who fled when they arrived.
Before Bay Area residents Al Maggini and Del Tiedman took to the sky they offered differing perspectives on what the holiday means to them.
Deputies responded to the 4800 block of Trenton Road in Santa Rosa about 10:25 a.m. to reports of a man "hitting trees and talking about demons."
A family who lost their home during last month's Glass Fire is receiving help with getting back on their feet.
A Santa Rosa mom Is taking a stance against offensive merchandise found on online retailers like Amazon.
Two houses suffered extreme damage in Santa Rosa Tuesday morning and the fire sounded like gunshots to many neighbors, prompting police to show up at the call, officials said.
Residents are also urged to have "go bags" at the ready containing important possessions, similar to those recommended for potential fire-related evacuations.
Catching drivers in the act is difficult, so going after their vehicles after the fact, is another tactic.
Rob Roth reports.
A Santa Rosa man describes surviving a shark bite to his leg while vacationing in Florida.
A Santa Rosa man walked out of the hospital on Thursday, just one day after being attacked by a shark in Miami.
In his 15 years with the Santa Rosa Fire Department, Capt. Michael Musgrove isn't sure how many homes he helped save from wildfires, only that it's a lot.
As the Glass Fire grew to 51,266 acres burned with 2% containment Tuesday evening, Sonoma County officials warned the public not to enter areas under mandatory evacuation orders.
For thousands of people, including Dino Moniodis, returning home brought a sigh of relief.
Cristina Rendon reports.
Several school districts in Sonoma County canceled classes Tuesday, even virtual ones, because of the wildfires and evacuations in the area.
Fires in Napa and Sonoma Counties have forced thousands of people to evacuate to avoid the flames.
New fires broke out in Sonoma County on Sunday, leading to evacuation orders in Santa Rosa.
There weren't any evacuations ordered.